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Earth's earliest ages : and their connection with modern spiritualism and theosophy


Published 1889
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Revised and enlarged edition of "Earth's earliest ages and their lessons for us", published in 1876. cf. Pref

Includes bibliographical references and index

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Publisher London : Hodder and Stoughton
Pages 536
Language English
Call number 3114746
Digitizing sponsor University of Toronto
Book contributor Robarts - University of Toronto
Collection robarts; toronto
Notes bk. only opened at 45 degrees

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Reviewer: vacantstare - - February 5, 2013
Subject: Power with an intention to enslave you... from the past to today's current events...

Pember knew about the return of the Nephilim and many other details. But he did not realize the vast armies of humans that were needed to establish that last system so that Sanat Kumara could rule the planet, if only for 7 years. Here is the background to some of those implementers, known as the workers of goodwill of the open conspiracy. Read the material and make up your own mind.

The NWO . ;

The soon arriving New Dark Ages .

The story of those who run the world's news and finances and how they do it .

What do they really do .

What do they really want (the young ones) . ; , what she saw & said . ;

The classic . ; standby .

no reading . ; about islam . ; - tlmd . ; or allah .

How they try to capture history .

The disclosures that bothers them the most .

The spiritual aspects (your soul) . ; and side-effects of globalism ( = totalitarian .)

Who runs the show . ;
Waiting until its too late .

31 Thirty-one Key Questions . ;
and options for remedies .

Hollywood . reality

Want to hear their own confession . ?

All of these books . ; are worth reading. That does not mean that everyone . ; agrees with everything . ;

It means that these are starting points (la aristocracia) . ;
to help us learn. Good luck ..

Those who are on the side of the common man do not object to the facts coming out. Those who are in favor of Free Speech do not try to practice censorship. Those who are truly free thinkers... allow free thinking.

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